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The city is full of hidden gems and treasures. If you’re tired of always hitting the same spots, take a look at all the options below. We showcase businesses near you where you could spend countless hours of endless fun with your entire family.

Say goodbye to the boring weekends and routine birthday parties. Think outside the box and dare to try something new. Take a look at what your city has to offer – all within driving distance of your location. You might be surprised!

Maryland Zoo

1876 Mansion House Dr
Baltimore, MD 21217   Directions

(410) 396-7102

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Let your wild side roam free at the Maryland Zoo. Located in Druid Hill Park, this zoo first opened its doors to the wild things in 1876. One of the oldest zoos in the country, the Maryland Zoo is the home of more than 2,000 animal attractions, including the African black footed penguins, gorillas, polar bears, elephants, African big cats, and much, much more!

Medieval Times

7000 Arundel Mills Cir
Hanover, MD 21076   Directions

(443) 755-0011

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Travel back in time as you dine at Medieval Times. Feast on a delicious meal fit for royalty as you watch a jousting tournament and cheer for your section´s knight. This dinner presentation and attraction features a thrilling show of horsemanship and falconry that will amaze the whole family.

Mount Vernon

3200 Mount Vernon Hwy
Mt Vernon, VA 22121   Directions

(703) 780-2000

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The Mount Vernon neighborhood in Baltimore, distinctly separate from the plantation in Virginia, is one of the city´s oldest neighborhoods and serves as the city´s cultural district. This National Landmark Historic District is named after the home of George Washington, and contains the original Washington Monument.

National Aquarium in Baltimore

501 E Pratt St
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions

(410) 576-3800

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Discover the world from under the sea at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Built to inspire visitors to celebrate and nurture the world´s aquatic habitats, from tropical rain forests to coral reefs, this public aquarium contains three buildings worth of fascinating creatures and family fun. Among major attractions are the dolphin display, central ray pool, multiple-story shark tank and the rooftop rainforest.

National Great Blacks in Wax Museum

1603 E North Ave
Baltimore, MD 21213   Directions

(410) 563-3404

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Visit one of the most dynamic cultural and educational institutions. The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum is one-of-a-kind, dedicated to preserving important figures in African American history and providing images of role models to motivate youths. The life-size, life-like wax figures highlight historical and contemporary personalities of African ancestry.

Oriole Park

333 W Camden St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions

(410) 685-9800

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Home to the Baltimore Orioles, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a Major League Baseball ballpark built in 1992. Designed as a "retro" major league ballpark, Oriole Park closely resembles the old jewel box parks. Get a good view of the downtown skyline as you watch the game, and be sure to stop by the statue of Babe Ruth just outside the stadium.

Port Discovery Children´s Museum

35 Market Place
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions

(410) 727-8120

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Visit the "kid-powered" Port Discovery Children´s Museum, designed specifically for guests between the ages of 2 and 10. Ranked among the Top 5 Children´s Museums by Child Magazine, Port Discovery offers three floors of interactive, hands-on exhibitions, attractions, and programs that will spark imaginations.

Royal Farms Arena

201 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions

(410) 347-2020

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Royal Farms Arena was built on the site where the Continental Congress met in 1776. Nowadays, you can catch a number of sporting events and attractions, including basketball, hockey, arena football and soccer, as well as various performing artists at this arena. Whether you are in the mood for sports or concerts, you will find something entertaining here.

USS Constellation

301 E Pratt St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions

(410) 539-1797

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Tour the historic USS Constellation. Part of the Historic Ships in Baltimore, one of the most impressive collections of military vessels in the world, the USS Constellation was commissioned in 1855 and served until World War I. After her second decommission, this Civil War Era sloop-of-war was moved to Baltimore´s Inner Harbor and preserved.

Urban Pirates

911 S Ann St
Baltimore, MD 21231   Directions

(410) 327-8378

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Bring the family aboard the adventure cruise of a lifetime. Urban Pirates offers pirate-themed tours of the Baltimore Inner Harbor. The knowledgeable, swashbuckling crew teaches their guests how to dress, talk, dance, sing, and play games like pirates. Arm the water cannons and prepare to search for lost treasure on this unique tour attraction.

Washington Monument State Park

6620 Zittlestown Rd
Middletown, MD 21769   Directions

(301) 791-4767

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You can find several monuments and attractions commemorating George Washington throughout the states of Maryland and Virginia. The Washington Monument State Park contains the first monument built for the first President. Built in 1827, this historic stone monument still stands proud near the summit of South Mountain´s Monument Knob.

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